Sometimes architechture is about what is inside as well as what is outside.
These curves are actually a sound barrier (or sound tunnel) on the City Link in the Melbourne, AU, suburb Flemington. My caption is a reference to the nearby railway station, Flemington Bridge, although, to me, it kind of looks like a cheese grater. Fitting, perhaps, since the yellow beam “Cheesestick” – part of Melbourne International Gateway – is close by.
For Patti’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #13 “Look Up” *and* Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Circles and curves, I give you an extract from Hisayuki Mogami’s Mok Mok Wak Wak Yokohama Yo Yo Sculpture (1994).
Lots of lines.
Person’s head framed in a triangle of wires within Tomas Saraceno’s ‘Stillness in Motion – Cloud Cities‘ sculpture.
This pattern of shadows caught my eye for something new.
Not your typical selfie ( 🎶 What’s it all about… 🎶)
Mirror reflection in the Tomas Saraceno ‘Stillness in Motion – Cloud Cities‘.
Kaleidoscopes are mirrors to unique yet abstract views of the world.
Manhole cover detail.